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Work with a grid in ArcGIS Pro

Work with a grid in ArcGIS Pro

Work with a grid in ArcGIS Pro A graticule displays coordinates in latitude and longitude while a measured grid displays coordinates from a projected coordinate system. In this tutorial, you will learn how to add a graticule to a map frame and then modify its components in ArcGIS Pro. Learn more, here: http://ift.tt/2AmeEeM

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QGIS Australia User Meetup 2017: Flip the Script

QGIS Australia User Meetup 2017: Flip the Script

QGIS Australia User Meetup 2017: Flip the Script Avoiding the common pitfalls of GIS scripting – a development workflow using the QGIS Processing Framework with Git, Docker and continuous integration tools. Presented by Daniel Silk (LINZ – http://ift.tt/2AmwNJx) Recorded at the first QGIS Australia User Meetup in November, 2017. Slides from this presentation are available at http://ift.tt/2AqwhYV See http://qgis-au.org/ for ...

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How to do georeferencing in of an image in QGIS ?

How to do georeferencing in of an image in QGIS ?

How to do georeferencing in of an image in QGIS ? How to do georeferencing in Qgis of an image? This video is about georeferencing a scanned image when the true coordinates of the image corner are known. By clicking at the corner of image and entering the respective coordinates, georeferencing can be done. Error in georeferencing is shown in ...

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QGIS Australia User Meetup 2017: QGIS 3.0 What End Users Need to Know

QGIS Australia User Meetup 2017: QGIS 3.0 What End Users Need to Know

QGIS Australia User Meetup 2017: QGIS 3.0 What End Users Need to Know QGIS 3.0 is an exciting release, representing the biggest development of the software in recent years. While the bulk of the changes coming in 3.0 are either new features or ”under the hood” changes, there’s also a significant number of alterations to QGIS’ interface and how it’s ...

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How to calculate area, perimeter and lengh in ArcGis

How to calculate area, perimeter and lengh in ArcGis

How to calculate area, perimeter and lengh in ArcGis The Calculate Geometry tool allows you to access the geometry of the features in a layer. The tool can calculate coordinate values, lengths, and areas, depending on the geometry of the input layer. You can only calculate the area, length, or perimeter of features if the coordinate system being used is ...

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